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Prado Dam Tour with UCR Friends of the Santa Ana River (R’River)

Prado Dam Tour with UCR Friends of the Santa Ana River (R’River)

Prado Dam Tour with UCR Friends of the Santa Ana River (R’River)

Prado Dam Tour

Prado DamJoin us on Thursday, October 25, 12:30-2, to take a tour of the Prado Dam with Army Corps of Engineer’s experts. Prado Dam is an earth-fill dam across the Santa Ana River at the Chino Hills near Corona with the resulting impounded water creating Prado Flood Control Basin reservoir. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built the dam in Lower Santa Ana River Canyon. Its primary purpose is flood control. The dam's construction was authorized in 1936 and construction was completed in 1941.

Limit of 30 -- RSVP required – contact Steve Mitchell, smitch@ucr.edu

More information? Email Steve Mitchell or Water Resources Collections and Archives Director, Linda Vida

UCR Friends of the Santa Ana River (R’River) is a project of the UCR Libraries’ Water Resources Collections and Archives and has as its purpose the goal of educating UCR, and surrounding communities, on all issues relating to the Santa Ana River.



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